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of a future heart attack than diabetes or heart disease. we're back in a moment with the loss of one of television's most beloved dads. >>> conrad bain has died. he's universally being remembered today as the easy-going tv star who played the adoptive father to todd bridges and the late gary coleman on "diff'rent strokes." the show aired for six seasons here on nbc. bain perfected the character of the kindly, wealthy widower. he was a stage and film veteran who also starred in the tv series "maude", canadian army veteran in world war ii. conrad bain was 89 years old. >>> heart warming story out of colorado. a hunter identified as a 60-year-old man fell through a sheet of ice and was guarded by his dog for 30 minutes before he could be rescued. other hunters saw it happen and alerted rescue personnel. man and dog have been reunited and both, we're happy to report, are fine. >>> we want to let you know, tomorrow night here we will bring you the story of the invasive species that have hitched a ride on board a japanese dock that drifted to this country after the tsunami and the danger o
% of patients with type two diabetes no longer needed medicine to control their blood sugar. >>> the older it gets the harder it is to multi-task. blood flow was monitored in the brains of young and older adults as they multi-tasks. older adults needed more blood in the brain. they are doing studies to see if training studies can help bring the brain young. >>> just in time for inauguration, the president's official portrait was released for his second term. and as you see, he has a big smile on his face, what a difference from his portrait four years ago, he was not as grey and his smile not as big. and the first lady sporting a new hair-do. to show off her new bangs. we will get a good look on monday when the president is officially sworn in. we are live in washington, d.c., with the latest on the preparations. good evening. >> thanks, they are preparing the city and the republicans are making a political move, a request, a demand that unless something can be done on the budget, easterly in the second obama term that he members of congress not be paid anything. it's grabbing some focus f
. when i first felt the diabetic nerve pain, of course, i had no idea what it was. i felt like my feet were going to sleep. it progressed from there to burning like i was walking on hot coals to like a thousand bees that were just stinging my feet. i have a great relationship with my doctor. he found lyrica for me. [ female announcer ] it's known that diabetes damages nerves. lyrica is fda approved to treat diabetic nerve pain. lyrica is not for everyone. it may cause serious allergic reactions or suicidal thoughts or actions. tell your doctor right away if you have these, new or worsening depression, or unusual changes in mood or behavior. or swelling, trouble breathing, rash, hives, blisters, changes in eye sight including blurry vision, muscle pain with fever, tired feeling, or skin sores from diabetes. common side effects are dizziness, sleepiness, weight gain, and swelling of hands, legs, and feet. don't drink alcohol while taking lyrica. don't drive or use machinery until you know how lyrica affects you. those who've had a drug or alcohol problem may be more likely to misuse lyri
mother die at a very young age, in her early 50s, with leukemia. my father was an end-stage diabetic. he went blind at age 49. >> reporter: topol uses dna testing and monitoring to guide his daily life. he refuses to use elevators and his day is spent walking from building to building. he incorporates an hour of exercise into virtually every day, no matter how busy. trying to live the life he thinks we'll all be living in the near future. >> how did you find out about that? >> reporter: at lunch we pulled out what we were told is one of his weaknesses, tortilla chips. >> will you partake? >> oh, yeah, it's hard to resist. >> okay, come on. handful. >> reporter: they are loaded with carbohydrates, which trigger glucose. >> yeah, this is my guilty pleasure here. >> reporter: so out comes his cell phone. >> i can look at my glucose every minute. i don't want to look at it every minute, but i can. so i can just turn it on, my glucose. fortunately i haven't had enough chips yet. it's 107. >> how does it know that? >> i have a sensor on. >> where? >> i have it on my abdomen, but i'll show you
with diabetes to defending her brother on the playground. >> i may have beaten up some people but i would never cry uncle. >> reporter: she attributed her success to many things including affirmative action which she says helped get her into princeton an institution that began to admit women two years before she got there. >> but i was given the chance to get to the start of the race, and it changed my life. >> reporter: a life that began a new chapter more than three years ago as a judge in the highest court in the country. >> no matter how good, someone is going to feel there's an injustice. >> reporter: hundreds came to listen to her and get her book signed. the power of introducing his 8-year-old daughter and friend to such a figure. >> they don't come out very often in public, so it's a real special opportunity for these two girls. >> reporter: an opportunity to hear from someone who defied the odds of a modest beginning. >> i've had so many people help me. >> reporter: she was very open as she is in her book about her personal details in her life from dealing with juvenile d diabetes to b
you, sir. why don't you, uh-- are you all right? it's the diabetes. i'm light-headed all the time. i can't see a damn thing. we're all getting older, sir. tell me about it. my baby girl is getting married. she and her fiancé are out choosing floral arrangements right now. [chuckles] fire island, really? i'd love to come out. fight the surf together, light a fire, check each other for ticks. kathy, i think i just found the perfect place for our honeymoon. you're getting a fine son-in-law, sir. banks would do anything for the company. i know there's no love lost between you and devin. you've both been competing for my job for almost a year. hanging in there while so many others cracked under the pressure, like bob duncan. the head of the stress ball division hanged himself. now it's come down to you and banks. this decision was not easy, jack. banks is joining my family. i understand, sir. but i'm not running a family, i'm running a business, so i'm going with you. congratulations, you're going to run this company.
diseases, cancer, diabetes. there is a trend towards healthier eating. >> all preventable, by the way. >> that's right. also a trend, of course, toward more junk food. we have different trends in this socie society. of course, my business focuses on the healthier trend. that's what we're trying to do is help america to eat healthier and live longer. >> you know so much about this. how do you eat? are you a vegan? >> i am a vegan, yes. ten years now. no oil vegan. try to avoid eating processed foods like sugar and white flour. that's worked very well for me. i very seldom get work. feel great. feel better today at 59 than i felt really when i was 39. >> isn't that wonderful? >> it is. >> some people question whether or not organic is worth it. is organic worth the extra money? >> i think that it is. it's definitely better for the environment. lowers your risk of pesticides in the ground water, pesticides in our own bodies, so i think that's a good thing. >> john, it's great to have you on the program. >> it's great to be here, maria. >> thank you so much, john mackey joining us. >>> ne
are damned if you do, and you are damned if you don't. if my child was diabetic i would not be letting them eat these things. you can die of obesity as well. >> did it work for your daughter. did she lose weight? >> steadily and slowly. she is at a healthy weight now. >> psychologically how is she doing? >> she's a very happy kid. i can only give my own report, and people might doubt it. but truly, she is a happy, happy, confident child. >> does she know about the book? >> she knows about the book, and we talked about the book. as i told her, i said this is a story that, you know, it's my story, but it is about you and how proud i am of you. you're inspirational. this book only celebrates that. >> we have to go, but was there some exercises along with all of this as well? >> we did build an exercise -- it was not the, you know, thing that we looked to to help her lose weight, but it was definitely a part of her overall health picture. >> it's still controversial, but we thank you. >> thank you so much. >> appreciate it. >> from magnetic nail polish to the hottest new wrinkle creams, beauty
as the best for healthy eating and it tied for first in preventing and managing diabetes. the diet is low in fat and sugar and emphasizes fruits, vegetables and lean meat. >> we all have pretty good diets here. >> we try. >> yeah. >> we try. >> me too. >> i don't know. >> it's cold. >> i know. >> this is like a spa treatment today. excuse me. i need water. >> you need chocolate like janelle. >> it was like a spa treatment today. get hit in the face with all that cold air. a live look outside of our san francisco camera. we've got the wind with us. we have windchills. i'll get some water in just a few minutes. >> jeff, i'm jim kozimor. colin kaepernick receiving support from an unlikely source. plus, playoff games so tight in the nfl, they often come down to a made or missed field goal. so who will be kicking for the 49ers come saturday? we have the answer next from the xfinity "sportsdesk." has over 50 delicious choices. sizzler'sr soups, salads, appetizers, and more starting at $8.99 for lunch. sizzler. where fresh is fun. >>> a critical update to a story being watched worldwide. break i
disease and diabetes. also, aerobic exercise helps you live longer. even if you don't lose weight, as long as you keep doing it, i think you need to combine that with a good diet, lowering your fat intake and eating fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. you prevent diabetes and heart disease. two diseases that decrease your survival. >> right. good reason to stay healthy and stick with the new year's resolution. >> right. >> also from the cdc, fructose could lead to overeating. >> fructose, a type of sugar found in high fructose corn syrup, seems to impair the brain's ability to recognize that you're full. you keep eating. gaining weight. >> got it. >> you know -- >> check the labels for that one. >> you need to check the labels. i had a patient lost 30 pounds decreasing her soda intake. amazing. >> good to know especially as we're making resolution this time of year. thank you. >>> up next, stunning images you won't want to miss from the 2012 "national geographic" photo contest. >>> i think we can all agree when we think of "national geographic" we think of those amazing photographs, snap
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, dgd with jouv nile diabetes and her mother, selena, left to raise two young children after sotomayor's father died following a long battle with alcohol. >> do you think you were fully aware of the struggles he was having with alcohol? >> even as a child, i asked if you really love me, why can't you stop? i never asked him that question, because i knew the answer. he can't. he couldn't. >> you've spoken so warmly of your mother, who i know you adore. but as a child we learn in the book you didn't always have that close relationship and at one point i think you used the word neglect. >> neglect was the right word. i barely saw my mother. and the mom i saw was often angry and unhappy. the mother i grew up with is not the mother i know now. it's not the mother she became after my father died. >> so help me god. >> and that's been the greatest prize of my life. because in watching my mother grow and develop herself, i grew and developed myself. >> here from the church she once attended with her aunt to the library where she voraciously gobbled up books -- >> i read anything and everything
illnesses that would make your symptoms worse. if you have emphysema, diabetes, congestive heart failure, those kinds of things would make the flu more potentially dangerous. >> of course, as we are all hearing and i'm about to find out and now i understand you're about to find out, the best solution or perhaps the best protection is to take off your jacket, roll up your sleeve, and visit these young ladies right back here. back to you, carl. >> i don't know if america can handle the sight of those guns, kevin, but thank you for that. kevin in milwaukee. we'll have a lot more on how you can protect your family from the flu a little later. savannah? >> i was worried too, thank you. >>> it could get tense today as vice president joe biden sits down with represents from the national rifle association. this as the obama administration looks to curb gun violence after the wake of the deadly school shooting in connecticut. peter, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you. the vice president's gun violence task force has a full day of meetings scheduled, bringing in hunters, members
, diabetes and have to watch sugar. i did feel a bit of a d disenfranchisement in that it was public. it felt like a big deal because of my child's issue where this is something all parents do. >> thank you for being here. >> it's been great to be here. >>> ahead, a big decision in a custody battle over an overweight dachshund. >>> and next, the tv pitchman to get you to buy things. that's right, thank him for the ch chop-o-matic among other things. we understand. our financial advice is geared specifically to current and former military members and their families. [ laughs ] dad! dad! [ applause ] [ male announcer ] life brings obstacles. usaa brings retirement advice. call or visit us online. we're ready to help. learn more with our free usaa retirement guide. call 877-242-usaa. creatwith petsmart, wonder and enchantment. the destination for all things aquatic. come to the amazing aquatics event and save up to 25% on all aquariums and select aquatics essentials from your favorite brands. and tetras and algae eaters are just $1 each. at petsmart®. from my great-great-great grandfath
spes. [ male announcer ] glucna hger smart. a smart way toelp manage hunger and diabete >> announcer: you're watching "today in the bay." >> good morning to you. 7:26. i'm laura garcia-cannon. pg & e reached a settlement with two families of the san bruno explosion. it requires new safety measures. jacquelyn gregg and her daughter were among eight people killed when the pipeline exploded in 2010. the mercury news says the agreement with the family forces the utility to closely study the life span of the aging pipeline and give the family progress reports. the family attorney says it will help prevent another disaster. let's check the forecast now with christina loren. it was quite a day yesterday. how are we looking now? >> pretty foggy. good morning to you. we are going to see a nice first half of the day. we have showers on the way and a cold blast of air into tonight. less than a quarter mile visibility from livermore to concord. you're dropping like a rock in fairfield as the fog creeps in through the delta. travel cautiously. the air quality improved from yesterday. today we are
don't work out. >> it doesn't express the medical effects of alcohol use, such as diabetes, liver and heart disease. it's purely a play on vanity. >> the picture is horrible, but there's no way this would actually happen to me. >> reporter: and it can be a harsh reflection of what might be. so the drinking mirror is an app. it's available on both android and apple platforms. you can upload your photo and see what might be there for you in the future, but it's not all scientific, savannah, there might be some entertainment involved in this as well. >> and perhaps some terror as well. thanks so much. >>> still ahead, we've got a closer look at the youngest, best actress nominee ever. it's nine-year-old quvenzhane wallis. remember that time. >>> and is justin timberlake about to make his music return? has a lot of people talking. but first, these messages. sage people talking. first these messages. so i had a fiber analysis done and sure enough, we're family. but you're not even shredded. you're...crunchy?! that happens sometimes. and you help keep people full with whole grain fiber?
are getting diabetes in elementary school now you so the adult diseases are now hitting elementary school. so, it's really important to have education nutrition. >> reporter: no one feels more strongly about that than president bill clinton. >> a lot of these kids are consuming things high in bull you can and caloric content and low in nutritional value because it's the only thing their families can afford. so the school should you can offering a nutritious meal that is also healthy in the since that it helps them fill their bellies, combat obesity, eat in a more healthy way and give them decent exercise options. >> reporter: supported by the clinton foundation's health matters initiative this unique program supports local farms and local kids. >> what is your favorite kind of apple, you're gonna color it in with red. >> reporter: and all three school assumes in the district have signed up. it's a win/win situation. at this school, nutrition and exercise are part of classroom teachings, inside and out of the school. now, studies show the kids who learn about healthy lifestyle choices learn mo
with diabetes and i learned i had to watch what i would eat, too, and that gave me new sympathy for her and ability to relate to some of that and it's better to make those decisions about eating together and not have one person eating all the food. >> it's great to talk to you both. i know it's difficult to talk about those issues. we really appreciate you being here. a lot of people can relate. appreciate it. >>> coming up next, ann curry catches up with oscar's youngest nominee ever. next. [ female announcer ] we invited women to see the not so pretty truth about their body washes. i wouldn't change. [ female announcer ] this test paper was designed to react like your skin. if other body washes can strip this paper, imagine how harsh they can be to your skin. oh my gosh. [ female announcer ] new dove is different. its new breakthrough formula changes everything with the blend of gentle cleansers and nourishing nutrium moisture. so what do you think now? definitely switching to dove. [ female announcer ] this is new. this is different. this is care. new honey bunches of oats tgreek yoh
your organs and causes high blood pressure and poisons your liver and insulin and causes diabetes. this morning, i'm talking about fat fighting solutions. so many tips, people doesn't appreciate it's right there. >> this got my attention and i worry people will think this sounds gimmicky. you call these fat merlts. the first is mct. i heart heard of it. mtc is coconut oil. these are short change fats. why is that important, normal fats like butter and lard are digested in a different way and end up in your hips and waist. these short fats like coconut oil use more like sugars but in a healthy way. turns out in trials people use 100 calories of food a day eating these. >> if you want more coconut oil in our diets, do we take it as a supplement or use it in cooking? >> you have a choice. you could take mct and buy it in bottles. my personal preference is replace butter and other saturated fat with coconut oil. great for eggs in the morning and one-to-one replacement for butte butter. >> this is another tip you have and very popular right now, greek yogurt. >> this is fascinating. th
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